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Summary

  1. Leicester win first match since owner's death
  2. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four other people were killed in helicopter crash
  3. Gray scores winner, prompting emotional celebrations
  4. Kasper Schmeichel in tears during minute's silence
  5. Foxes players flying to Thailand after game for Mr Vichai's funeral
  6. Maguire off injured - England squad named on Thursday

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That's all from me for now.

    You can read the match report here and reaction will continue on the BBC Sport website.

  2. 'Great to be part of dressing room'

    Leicester City

    Leicester goalscorer Demarai Gray: "Not surprised we won today. We owe ourselves a lot of credit, whole of Leicester should be proud of themselves.

    "Not many, if any moments in my career like that, great to be part of dressing room and legacy at Leicester. I dedicated my goal to him. He was a beautiful spirit."

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    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester captain Wes Morgan: "You can see by our reaction at the end of the game, how much we wanted to get the win and do it for the chairman.

    "We felt the pressure before the game. It was a scrappy game, the lads fought to the very end.

    "We were very close to the chairman. We know what his wishes were. He used to come down at home games, have a joke and laugh, always say 'want win and three points', we did that today. It has not been an easy week, we had to try and hold our emotions in today and do the best we can.

    "We have a very emotional connection with the fans, so we stayed till the end and celebrated victory with them."

  4. 'We kept our concentration and our dedication'

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Claude Puel speaking to Sky Sports:"It was a difficult game to play and to prepare it was important to keep concentration in set pieces and second balls, but I think from the first minute until the end we kept our concentration and our dedication.

    "We had a lot of chances and we deserve this result and it is a fantastic opportunity to honour the chairman. It is a good balance between emotion and concentration which is difficult, now is just the first step and I hope we can continue next week with the same feeling. It will be difficult because we come back from Bangkok in the middle of the week for our first home game and we know before and after we have events to honour the chairman and it will be important to keep our self-control.

    “It was a normal thing for us to have the players and staff for the minute’s silence, it is important for solidarity and we want to give our best for our chairman, step by step, to continue his work.

    “It is a family and I think Vichai with his warmth, it is a mission to keep this way, and put in place a project that we must try to continue. When we saw the flowers in front of the stadium - it is a family and the feeling that our chairman gave this club.”

  5. 'I couldn't steady myself'

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel speaking to Gary Lineker for BBC Match of the Day: "That was a tough game not just on the pitch but mentally. There are a lot of exhausted people in there now but I am proud of this team and the club, the way everyone has handled themselves has been unbelievable. We were very lucky to know Khun Vichai

    "Today was difficult, coming out for the warm-up was tough, the first 10 minutes i couldn’t steady myself, I was shaking a little bit. But it was nice to get a win to take to Thailand now and hopefully we did his family proud.

    "It has been hard, we have tried for a few hours a day to be professional and train hard but everyone wanted to play and win for his family. His family have been strong, the courage they have had. I feel just an overwhelming sense of pride that Vichai built and the family of Leicester city.

    "You couldn’t ask for a better chairman. There are few people who come along in this life that have an impact on you, he had that on me and so many people and the outpouring of grief around the world shows that. There is nothing he wouldn’t do, he was available for any staff not just the playing staff. Without him none of this was possible, the memories we have made as a family without him it wouldn’t have been possible

    "Everyone grieves in different ways and the opportunity was given [to go the funeral] and we wanted to go. We are a family and wanted to pay our last respects together."

    Kasper
  6. 'A win for football'

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Cardiff City

    Cardiff's Sol Bamba: "He [Vichai] was a good man, had chance to meet him and he was a big loss.

    "It was difficult for us, the whole build-up wasn't easy to handle. But that is not an excuse, the gaffer warned us about this. Obviously we pay respects before and after, but during game we are professional.

    "The fans were magnificent all season, in particular today, showing whole football family stick together, credit to fans and Leicester fans, on whole it is a win for football."

  7. 'Today is the first step'

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Claude Puel to BBC Sport: "It was a difficult game, they did their best. We deserved to win and it is fantastic and it is for the chairman.

    "It was tough to prepare this game, important to find the good balance between emotion and concentration for this game. I want to congratulate the players. Today is the first step, now we can continue.

    "We will have a difficult week or so. We go to Bangkok for the funeral, we come back in the middle of the week, we have a training session to prepare against Burnley. That will be our first game at home with the fans."

  8. 'Glad we got three points for Vichai'

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel: "I feel proud, it's been a really tough week for everyone.

    "The way everyone at the club handles themselves is a testament to the family Vichai built.

    "That took a lot, so proud of how everyone played today, how professional everyone was. It has been an emotional day and glad we got three points for him.

    "You come across very few people that impact you. He had a really big impact on my life. You can see from the reaction that he had an impact on so many lives. I am immensely proud to have known him.

    "I can't imagine what his family are going through, we did it for him and his family.

    "Every single player wanted to get out there to be at the funeral. We are glad we've come away today from a really tough game with a win we can bring to Thailand and hope we did the family proud."

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    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    The celebrations continue as the Leicester fans go through their repertoire of songs.

    The players stand in a line applauding.

    A picture of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha holding the Premier League trophy is then held up by some of the players, including Gray and Maddison.

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    Leicester fans with their scarves above their heads continue to sing, Kasper Schmeichel hugs every single player.

    The team and backroom staff then goes over to their fans and applauds them.

    A club united in tragedy.

  11. FULL-TIME

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    The whistle goes and the Leicester players come together in celebration.

    Huge, huge win and hugely poignant.

    Leicester fans
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    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Into the last minute of injury time.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Jamie Vardy almost seals the win, he is one-on-one with the keeper, but his shot is well saved by Neil Etheridge.

    Jamie Vardy
  14. SUBSTITUTION

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Final change for Cardiff, Gary Madine on for Josh Murphy.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    James Maddison's afternoon is over, he takes off his black armband and waves it to the Leicester fans.

    Vicente Iborra on.

    James Maddison
  16. YELLOW CARD

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Leicester content to keep the ball and run down the clock.

    Junior Hoilett is having none of it and clatters Ben Chilwell.

  17. SUBSTITUTION

    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Last roll of the dice by Neil Warnock.

    Danny Ward on for Harry Arter.

    Harry Arter
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    Cardiff 0-1 Leicester

    Some desperate defending by Leicester to block an effort from Victor Camarasa.

    The home side trying to find an equaliser.